For the Indian stocks, the monsoon and June-quarter corporate earnings will remain key triggers in the short term. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint

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The gourmet guide to Iftar

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Amit Trivedi: King of the 10%

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Why ‘Emergency’ is a continuous reality

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The gourmet guide to Iftar

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The hidden Sensuality of our bodies

The hidden Sensuality of our bodies

Vidha Saumya’s bold and incisive exploration of sexual tension and the politics of the body
Fashion: A man’s world

Fashion: A man’s world

A visit to the Pitti Uomo luxury fair in Florence reveals the new tides of modern-day dandyism
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In the run-up to Rath Yatra, a magical night spent inside the jagannath temple
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The adventures of a book collector

For this corporate leader, rare and fine books are less about money and prestige, and more about the stories behind them
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